Some Lies Every Married Couple Should Avoid

Some Lies Every Married Couple Should Avoid

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In today’s devotional, we’ll be looking at the topic “Some Lies every married couple should avoid”. Let’s delve right into it

1. As a wife, looks don’t matter
Most wives with these erroneous beliefs and attitudes have had themselves to blame later. Once you are married, all other women out there don’t become ugly and your husband doesn’t become blind. Yes, the husband should look once and move on. But wives too should help your husband by taking care of themselves.

Men are moved by sight. Be feminine. God is not against making your hair, using cologne, and make-up. Watch what you eat. If you are already gaining weight and your husband is beginning to complain, it’s time to reduce your food intake.

2. Marriage is a necessary evil. I’m in it for my children. People with bitter experiences would say this. But another man’s experience does not have to be your own experience, and you don’t have to believe it.

Even though one of the reasons for marriage is procreation, it is not solely for that. Marriage is far more than childbearing and rearing.

3. I can be untruthful and deceptive; it’s all part of the game.
Marriage is not a game. It’s a covenant that requires absolute truthfulness. It is “naked and not ashamed.” Naked means no mask, no dress, nothing covering your nakedness. It means what any other person cannot see, your spouse will. That includes your thoughts, past, present, and every in between. 

Unfortunately, the world is making nudity a public show. Scanty dresses and little respect for the body only in marriage. Little wonder, there is so much fornication and adultery.

4. I don’t have to tell my spouse everything
Some married couples still believe there is wisdom in not telling their spouse everything. Well, maybe the wisdom of this world that is sensual. But the wisdom that is from above, God’s own wisdom, teaches us to be open and tell our spouses everything.

Don’t make any investment without telling your spouse. Don’t buy a house, land, or give out any money without the knowledge of your spouse.

5. There is no fun in marriage as it is boring and full of pressures.
Marriage might come with its pressures. Life itself comes with pressures. For the believers, God has promised us a way of escape. He told us He has overcome the world with its pressures.

There is all that is needed for fun and excitement inside marriage. You have to discover how to get the fun out of it. It’s a lie of this age that you have to go outside of your marriage to catch fun. Don’t fall for it.

God bless your marriage.

I learn the truth from God’s word about marriage

Lord, teach me your way

I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me. Riches and honour are with me; yea, durable riches and righteousness (Proverbs 8:17-18 KJV)

Avoid all these erroneous beliefs about marriage

1 Chronicles 1 – 2


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